Lessons We Can Learn from the COVID-19 Pandemic – BtR 214

Brandon and Jerry share their insights on the COVID-19 Pandemic as it relates to living life Beyond the Rut.

The best chance of reducing the impact of a pandemic is to flatten the infection curve over time. That means social distancing. For some, it means hoarding supplies. Fear is in the air, and so it opportunity.

People are getting creative to stay in business, help others, and improve their own situation. Opportunities exist in a crisis if you are willing to rise to the occasion.

Resources and Links

The Centers for Disease Control provided some tips on their own Coronavirus awareness pages here.

The Texas Department of State Health Services also provides some information as well.

Listen to these past episodes of Beyond the Rut:

If You Only Had Five Years to Live – BtR 045

Putting Things in Perspective After Bypass Surgery – BtR 150

Authentic Manhood, Sexual Brokenness, and Other Struggles of a Christian Man – Traylor Lovvorn – BtR 190

Cody Byrns on Releasing the Scars that Hinder Our Mobility to a Better Future – BtR 205

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Music Attribution

“Oceans Apart” is our theme song composed and performed by Scott Ian Holmes.

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